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  • 2200 W Alabama St Houston TX 77098, United States - Montrose
    This sidewalk has been this way for years. I suspect Centerpoint did work and never repaired the site.
  • 2320 W Alabama St Houston, TX, 77098, USA - Montrose
    I’ve filed 4 complaints to Centerpoint over the course of the past 6 months and they’ve done nothing to repair the pole.
  • Street Sign Acknowledged
    2100-2108 Smith St Houston, TX, 77002, USA - Midtown
    Bike lane sign is damaged and leaning over
  • 2701–2725 Waugh Dr Houston 77006, United States - Montrose
    The area behind Pepperoni’s and Shake Shack till you get to Waugh is cover in mud, dead tree limbs, and trash. The little island on Waugh is nasty as well. It’s not even walkable. Can we get someone to clean this area up?
  • 100 W Cavalcade St Houston 77009, United States - Greater Heights
    Overgrown grass is knocking over the fence
  • 910 Westford St Houston 77022, United States - North
    I really love Houston but I don’t understand the lack of pushing people to walk and use transit in this city. But I also understand why people stick to their cars. While this is technically a walkable sidewalk, it fails to protect pedestrians. I walk to the Kroger and daily I walk past old stakes in the ground from old electrical poles, chunks of concrete broken off from the curb, electrical poles with wires running all over the place, and stuff like this picture. The sidewalk is “finished” but it’s already a mess. It just rained and now this area is filled with mud. Why doesn’t the city just build 8-10 foot sidewalks as the minimum without this dumb grassy buffer? All you’re doing it taking away from the ability to walk. Can the city make this part of Studemont from Washington Ave to I-10 actually walkable like an actual city or do we bend over to cars for everything in this city? Very frustrating as a pedestrian.
  • 2314 Washington Ave Houston 77007, United States - Rice Military
    For the 4th biggest city in America, Houston makes it clear that you won’t be able to walk. This entire block owned by the Salvation Army is a disaster. No sidewalks. Broken concrete everywhere. Just embarrassing.
  • Street Sign Acknowledged
    2905 Travis St Houston 77006, United States - Midtown
    Damaged park sign at Anita
  • 4762–4798 Irvington Blvd Houston 77009, United States - North
    There is a chunk of utility pole sticking out of the ground and the other half is in the bike lane on the road.
  • 2103 Westheimer Rd Houston 77098, United States - Montrose
    This doesn’t look safe.
  • Traffic Signs Archived
    1309 Cordell St Houston 77009, United States - Greater Heights
    Traffic sign knocked down on the bike lane median
  • Other Archived
    601–653 W Cavalcade St Houston 77009, United States - Greater Heights
    I know this is a Metro issue so I hope this message gets relayed. I see this bus stop used very often on my way to work. I just saw an older lady standing in the hot sun waiting for her bus. Can a new bus shelter be installed here? There is one right across the street going west.
  • 1836–1898 Westheimer Rd Houston 77019, United States - Montrose
    As you can see, this sidewalk needs cleaning. I also saw an old man in a wheelchair have a hard time getting on the sidewalk so he went on to Westheimer and around.
  • 502 E 20th St Houston 77008, United States - Greater Heights
    Again tell the utility company to STOP DOING THIS! This sidewalk will quickly become impassable once it rains hard. And plus it’s ugly and lazy work. Can someone level this out?
  • 2001–2033 Harvard St Houston 77008, United States - Greater Heights
    Yet another example of the electrical company doing a terrible job. All this does is muddy the sidewalks when it rains and just makes a mess of the pedestrian space. Plus it does nothing for this small business but act as an eyesore. Tell the utility company to STOP DOING THIS! It’s just plain lazy! Can someone come out and level this the right way?
  • 401–435 Gray St Houston 77002, United States - Midtown
    Tree is leaning
  • 3100 Main St Houston 77002, United States - Midtown
    The median sign at Main St/Elgin looks like it was hit by a car a while back but never got repaired. Letters are missing and its knocked sideways.
  • 502 E 20th St Houston 77008, United States - Greater Heights
    Really!? You’re going to tell me the city is ok with the electric company just piling dirt and doing a terrible job? What’s funny is right across the street another utility pole was left the same way from a long time ago. This does nothing but create a mess on sidewalks when it rains which makes it difficult for people to walk and even harder for someone with a disability. Not to mention that it looks plain lazy. It’s also very inconsiderate to the people who live in this neighborhood. This part of the sidewalk was just fine until this nonsense. Tell the utility company to stop doing a lazy job. I see this sloppiness all around town. Fix this please and the one across the street. It’s not hard to find a better way to move the displaced dirt.
  • 3601 W Dallas St Houston 77019, United States - River Oaks
    A friend of mine sent me this image from a development going up on West Dallas. The sidewalk being built doesn’t meet the cities minimum requirement of 5 feet. Can someone find out what’s going on here? This forces pedestrians on to the street.
  • 910 Westford St Houston 77022, United States - North
    So a friend of mine sent me this picture along W Dallas for a new development that is currently going up. The sidewalk looks brand new but this doesn’t look like it meets the minimum width of 5 feet. This forces pedestrians on to the street. Can someone ask the developer about this?